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Sweet Dreams Lullaby
Betsy E. Snyder

Random House Books for Young Readers, 2010

Dream of purple twilight skies, a bedtime kiss from butterflies. caterpillars in cocoons are tucked in tight beneath the moon. This peaceful and imaginative picture book invites a bunny—tucked snugly in bed—to dream of comforting scenes from nature’s bedtime. Each spread reveals a delightful dreamscape for children to imagine as they drift off to the lulling rhyming text. From the talented author-illustrator of Haiku Baby —which was ...


Best Loved Poems of the American People
Hazel Felleman

Doubleday, 1936

More than 1,500,000 copies in print! Over 575  traditional favorites to be read and reread.  Categorized by theme, and indexed by author and first  line, this is a collection that will be treasured.


Julie Andrews' Collection of Poems, Songs and Lullabies (Book & CD)
Julie Andrews

Little, Brown, 2009


Blue Moo: 17 Jukebox Hits From Way Back Never
Sandra Boynton

Workman Publishing Company, 2007

Sandra Boynton and Michael Ford—the team behind Rhinoceros Tap , the Grammy-nominated #1 New York Times bestseller Philadelphia Chickens , and other toe-tapping book-and-CD sets—once again bring great words, great music, great performers to children and vintage children alike. Put a nickel in the jukebox, assuming you can locate a jukebox, and that you remember what a nickel is. Here's legendary Beach Boy Brian Wilson singing lead and ...


Hush Little Baby
Sylvia Long

Chronicle Books, 1997

In this variation on an old lullaby, a baby rabbit is promised an assortment of presents from its adoring parent.


Lullabies for Lieutenants: Memoir of a Marine Forward Observer in Vietnam, 1965-1966

McFarland, 2010

Capturing the chaotic nature of the U.S. Marine experience at war in Vietnam, this memoir recounts the experiences of a young officer in a series of unrelated short pieces. In a narrative as fragmented as the war itself, the only resolution is the same one reached by the Marines who fought--the conclusion of a tour of duty with no happy ending. Each chapter describes a specific event, a story of emotion, or a remarkable person (some are heroes, ...


Goodnight Songs: Illustrated by Twelve Award-Winning Picture Book Artists
Margaret Wise Brown

Sterling Children's Books, 2014

“Baby sail the seven seas Safely in my arms When the waves go up and down You are safe from harm.” From Margaret Wise Brown, author of the beloved Goodnight Moon , comes a previously unpublished collection of charming lullabies, gorgeously illustrated by 12 award-winning artists. The roster of celebrated names includes Carin Berger, whose The Little Yellow Leaf was a New York Times Best Illustrated Children's Book; Eric Puybaret, who ...


Ten, Nine, Eight
Molly Bang

Sinai, 2007

Bedtime! A happy game to lure the most persistent sleep evader. A warm and reassuring countdown to the land of dreams.


The Gift of an Angel w/ Lullaby CD: For Parents Welcoming a New Child
Marianne Richmond

Sourcebooks Jabberwocky, 2007

Poetic prose and enduring artwork recount the blessed mements before a baby's birth when God chosses a most special gift, a gentle- hearted angel, to watch over the child. This edition includes an instrumental lullabye CD on the inside front cover (45 min run time).


If You Were My Bunny
Kate McMullan

Cartwheel, 1998

The sweet, soothing sounds of a mother's words come through loud and clear in this small book. A mother rabbit tells her little ones that she could pick them out from all the other babies, and she sings a bunny version of "Hush, Little Baby," with lines like "if that carrot top should wilt, / Mama's going to bring you a clover quilt." Then a bear, a cat, a duck, a dog, and finally a human mother tell their children how much they love them. ...


A Child's Gift Of Lullabyes
Various Artists, J. Aaron Brown

Jara Records/Newsound, 1991

A charming collection of original lullabies beautifully arranged and sweetly sung. Includes both vocal and instrumental versions plus an illustrated lyric booklet. A Grammy Award Nominee and an American Library Association Notable Children's Recording. RIAA certified Platinum Record - a million mommies can't be wrong!


Goodnight, My Angel: A Lullabye (Book & Audio CD) (CD: Goodnight, My Angel)
Billy Joel

Scholastic Press, 2004

Legendary performer Billy Joel's heartwarming lovesong from parent to child is now a book for families to treasure. Time to close your eyes And save these questions for another day Goodnight my angel Now it's time to sleep And still so many things I want to say. With words as tender as a kiss on the cheek, Billy Joel reassures readers young and old that the love between a parent and child lasts forever, even if families are separated. Dreamy ...


Peter's Lullaby: A Song Without Words That Held a Little Girl's Life Together
Jeanne Fowler

Daisy Chain Publishing, 2005

This book will take you from zero to sixty in the first paragraph of chapter one. The intensity of the pain, the helplessness and hopelessness of an abused child is effectively communicated throughout these pages. It will move you, touch you, and hopefully motivate you to take some action as you become familiar with the daily routine of one child, abused and sent through the foster care system, only to suffer more abuse. This is a must read for ...


The Heart's Lullaby
Jen Stephens

Sheaf House, 2012

After two years of trying without success to have a baby, Elizabeth Truman learns that her husband may already be a father. While he bonds with the son he never knew he had, Elizabeth’s increased desperation to have a baby of her own causes her to choose a path of deception. When it dead ends in despair, however, she questions both her faith and the faithfulness of the Lord. Amy Beauregard arrives in Harvest Bay with her ten-year-old son, ...


Lullabies: An Illustrated Songbook
Metropolitan Museum of Art

HMH Books for Young Readers, 1997

Words and music for thirty-seven of the most beloved traditional lullabies are gathered in this lavishly illustrated songbook. From the enduring “Rock-a-Bye Baby” to the winsome “Brahms’ Lullaby” to the amusing “Little Boy Blue,” each song is thoughtfully matched with works of art from the Metropolitan Museum’s vast collections. Paintings by Vincent van Gogh and Mary Cassatt, a photograph by Eliot Porter of his infant son, and an ...


Hush, Little Baby: A Folk Song with Pictures
Marla Frazee

HMH Books, 2007

A baby who howls all night, parents at their wits’ end, and a big sister who accidentally-on-purpose starts it all--these are the players in this delightful interpretation of a timeless folk tune. Available for the first time as a board book, Marla Frazee’s story-in-pictures is a perfect lullaby.


The Lullaby Illusion

Peel Productions, Inc., 2013

The Lullaby Illusion details the harrowing personal journey of a young American woman facing seemingly insurmountable situations while living in the Middle East and Europe. After many miscarriages and the loss of a child in childbirth on the island of Cyprus, Susan seeks solace by creating art and recording her vivid dreams. Through difficult life changes—Cyprus’s bloody coup and war in 1974, a rescue from a sinking ship in the Indian ...


Lullaby Berceuse: A Warm Prairie Night
Connie Kaldor, Carmen Campagne

The Secret Mountain, 2006

A gorgeously illustrated, original bedtime story that captures the prairies at dusk, this unique collection of English and French lullabies, some contemporary and others traditional, features sweet and beautiful songs that will make the little ones dream until dawn.


Talking Like the Rain: A Read-to-Me Book of Poems
X. J. Kennedy, Dorothy M. Kennedy

Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2002

"What's the matter with With Dickery Dean? He jumped right into The washing machine!" "Nothing's the matter With Dicker Dean - He dove in dirty, And he jumped out clean!" With over 180,000 copies sold since its 1992 debut, Talking Like the Rain is now being reissued in a deluxe paperback edition with a bold new cover design. This fine collection includes over one hundred classic children's poems, all divided into ...


Niccolini's Song
Chuck Wilcoxen

Dutton Juvenile, 2004

Niccolini is no ordinary night watchman in the train yard. He has a special talent: he can sing overwrought locomotives to sleep. Before long, parents get wind of Niccolini's skill and bring their crying babies, sleepless children, and barking dogs to the rail yard, hoping to soothe them into slumber. But how will Niccolini's gentle song be heard in all this racket? Gorgeously brought to life with dramatic oil paintings, Niccolini's Song ...



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